Sunday, June 14, 2009

RDA Profiles

Profile names are case sensitive.


When profiles are not used, RDA considers all existing modules by default. To set up the data collection with a profile, use the following command:

rda -S -p profile_name

Run the data collection as usual. If you want to perform all steps in a single run, then use a command such as the following:

rda -vdSCRP -p profile_name

You can combine profiles with other options. For example, specify an alternative setup file location as follows:

rda -vdSCRP -s $HOME/rda/system1 -p profile_name

Note: The $HOME/rda directory must exist and is used also as the default location for the report directory.

While a profile remains the current profile, its setting values can override other default values each time the setup is performed. To avoid this behavior, you can switch to the Default profile, by using a command similar to the following:

rda -S -p Default

To obtain a list of available profile names and their applicability, use the following command:

rda -L profiles

To view this manual page, enter the following:

rda -M profiles

To obtain the modules and profiles cross reference, enter the following:

rda -x profiles

Refer To Metalink Note ID 391983.1 for details on using profiles ,advanced options, setting levels, etc.. with RDA

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